David Spillane

Mediabistro Course

Optimize Your Social Media Metrics

Social Media MetricsStarting May 22,  this class, designed for marketers, bloggers, community managers, and anyone wanting to learn the ins and outs of social media measurement, will show you how to set up tools to measure your media activity and make sense of the data you collect. You'll learn how to sift through web analytics, Facebook insights, and Twitter mentions in order to develop a strategy to measure results. Register today!

Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg Converts More Shares For Future Selling; Others Offload Stock

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A few Facebook executives rang in the new year by selling off some of their stock in the company, making a tidy sum in the process. Facebook board member Donald Graham, Vice President of Engineering Michael Schroepfer, General Counsel Ted Ullyot, and Chief Accounting Officer David Spillane all sold some of their social network stock in the past few days, according to Securities and Exchange Commission filings. And Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg converted a portion of her shares from class-B to class-A, making them easier to sell.

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Facebook CAO David Spillane Sells More Than Half Of His Stock

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The big names at the top of Facebook’s corporate ladder are starting to cash in their shares. TechCrunch reported Friday that Chief Accounting Officer David Spillane sold 256,000 of his 416,000 shares. Spillane made a profit of roughly $5.376 million. Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg and General Counsel Theodore Ullyot also sold some of his Facebook shares.

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Six Facebook Executives File Form 4s With SEC To Convert Restricted Stock Units Into Class-B Shares

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What do Facebook Chief Operating Officer Sheryl Sandberg, Vice President of Advertising and Global Operations David Fischer, VP of Engineering Mike Schroepfer, Chief Financial Officer David Ebersman, Chief Accounting Officer David Spillane, and General Counsel Ted Ullyot have in common, besides the company that employs them? All six filed Form 4s with the Securities and Exchange Commission Friday to convert their restricted stock units into a total of 45.3 million class-B shares Oct. 29.

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